Marchesi Di San Giuliano Mandarin Orange Marmalade

Bred for their sweeter and more intense flavor than other varietals, mandarin oranges make for a rich and warm marmalade. It is excellent in dressings to temper bitter greens, such as radicchio or escarole. To make, blend with extra-virgin olive oil, lemon juice or white balsamic vinegar, and salt and black pepper. Or for something warmer, do as the Russians do and mix marmalade into black tea; we like to add a couple of cardamom pods.

  • 460 grams



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